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the new york city subways are safe. thanks for watching. i will pass it off to anderson cooper, who is in asbury park, new jersey. >> erin, thanks very much. we are live in asbury park. i'm here with rob marciano. what's an amazing situation here -- [ no audio ] >>- i was able to walk to the boardwalk which is about two blocks from where we are right now. it's now impossible to get over there. we are actually kind of seeking safety behind this suv. if you pan down, you can see the water has come, there's about six inches of water now about two blocks from the ocean. the water has just moved in here incredibly fast. it really has all happened in the last 30 minutes or so. >> it really has. we thought maybe a few hours ago that it was speeding up, maybe it wouldn't be as bad as we thought. certainly you have to believe that scenes like what we're seeing right now are happening up and down the jersey shoreline, being inundated with the storm surge, crashing over the boardwalk. is town is under water. >> obviously we lost power about an 15 nutes ago but there are still a couple street l
. as the city always does. let me summarize for our spanish speakers in our audience. [ speaking spanish ] >> the message is, one more time, don't call 911 unless it's a real life-threatening situation. >> i'm in as bury park. i'm here with rob marciano. up in manhattan, we're seeing severe flooding in a number of areas. we just heard from mayor michael bloomberg. most of the tunnels going into new york have been closed. conflicting information on the lincoln tunnels. i'm not sure if that's open yet or not. but all the bridges and most of the tunnels are certainly closed. at this point, we're seeing less winds here. it's died down a little bit. at least we were able to get the satellite dish up. i'm told we're surrounded by water right now. >> this is what a lot of people up and down the shore are seeing right now. the storm walls have been breached. once you get past the sand dunes, are then at or slightly below sea level. what's scary, as bad as this is here, it almost feels like a situation where mississippi just got hammered with the surge and the wind. but further away, in new orlea
, covering the remains of super storm sandy. i'm in new york city, lower manhattan this morning. also lots to bring up to speed with across this city. there's a major fire that is burning. dozens of homes have been destroyed by this raging fire and there are two dozen more that are still burning. update you on what's happening there. also, in lower manhattan where i am today, flooded by historic storm surge, a power transformer not very far from here has exploded. it plunged this neighborhood into darkness, forced the evacuation as well, the partial evacuation of one of new york's largest hospitals. transportation here in the city has been paralyzed. the subway system could be shut down for days. from the carolinas to new england and beyond, cnn is covering the aftermath of the storm here in new york and where this super storm is headed, like no other network can. it is tuesday, october 30th and special coverage of super storm sandy begins right now. >>> morning. welcome, everybody. you're watching our special coverage. we want to welcome our international viewers. they've been calling thi
blow out. we're talking about an area dha services an awful lot of people in new york city. take a glimpse of the situation. community and utility companies are dealing with right now. power outages from d.c., maine, impacting an awful lot of folks. new york and new jersey account for nearly a half of the power outages that we're seeing. >> and this super storm slammed into the jersey shore as it made landfall a few hours ago. and sandy has been relentless and taking a deadly toll, unleashly extremely dangerous winds. as we speak, police say at least three people have died from fallen trees. two of those deaths about 30 miles west of new york city. new jersey governor chris christie repeatedly warned people about the potential dangers earlier. >> i'm very disappointed some didn't listen to my order and i'm concerned it might lead to loss of life. >> reports of homes flooded under several feet of water and several rescues are under way, including those stranded in their cars. in their cars, can you imagine, trying to escape. >> i'm scared to death. so many people are going to die
trying to come into this -- into this city. and also ultimately trying to leave. new york's smaller airports, laguardia airport, which mainly serves domestic destinations, that remains closed due to flooding. newark liberty international airport reopens for limited service at 7:00 a.m. tomorrow. both good signs of life. a sign of life returning to normal but only beginning. small signs. 18 new yorkers we know have now lost their lives in this storm. 15 elsewhere. nearly 7 million are without power tonight, including about 750,000 here in new york. amazingly, no one died in the building you see behind me here. the entire facade of this building behind me collapsed. we're in a neighborhood called chelsea, really on the border of chelsea and greenwich village. but the picture says a lot. take a look at that. the entire facade of the building, which was being used frankly as an illegal hotel, mostly for overseas visitors, the entire facade is gone. the four rooms tell the story of this storm in minute chur. thankfully, we understand, nobody was killed in there. it could have been much w
out front starts right stories of devastation. here in noirk city, a truly heart breaking scene. a fierce and violent fire that wiped out homes. people still trapped in their homes. waiting and hoping someone will come. and right now, that crane is threatening to crash down. and on the other side of the storm, a blizzard. we will take you where an incredible storm is causing problems. i want to welcome our viewers, the wrath of sandy. devastation as far as the eye can see and death toll is rising. 33 deaths across the country. many are without power tonight and the estimated cost of this storm is you truly stunning. right now, this is a very preliminary estimate, it's going to go higher. it could be as high as $20 billion and that is for lost business and property damage. to give you a sense of the storm's power. we wanted to show you this video. it's a tree being up rooted. these images are a testament of what officials are calling one of the most powerful storms in history. >> make no mistake about it, it was a devastating storm. maybe the worst that we have experienced. the l
across the river from new york city. it's not a small city and 50% of it is in the dark and under 4 to 5 feet of water. and worse yet, the mayor said that behind me, there are thousands of people still in the houses and apartments that cannot get out. not only because of the water but because there's live electrical wires in the water and it's not safe for them to be leaving. some are being rescued with a front loader. not a boat, it's going through the watery streets. i went on a ride in the front loader to see what is going on. and the first thing we noticed was how much it felt like katrina. but it was much different in casualties with katrina, but then looking in the windows, and seeing men, women and children waving at us. most of them were smiling. the reason most of them are smiling is because the water has gone down a bit. the feeling is that it will continue to go down and they will be perhaps to start walking out of their houses tomorrow. it's not guaranteed yet. we saw scores of people waving at us, waiting to get out of their homes. we saw people trying to leave on their own.
limited service resumes tomorrow, a major development for anybody trying to come into this city, and also ultimately trying to leave. new york's laguardia, which mains serves domestic destinations remains closed due to flooding. newark liberty international airport reopens at 7:00 a.m. tomorrow for limited service. good signs of life. a sign of life, returning to normal, but only beginning. small signs, 18 new yorkers we know have now lost their lives in this storm. 15 elsewhere. nearly 7 million are without power tonight, including about 750,000 here in new york city. the entire facade of this building behind me collapsed. between chelsea and greenwich village. the picture says a lot. take a look at that the entire facade of the building, being used frankly as an illegal hotel, mostly for overseas visitors, the entire facade is gone. the four rooms tell the story of this dorm in miniature. thankfully wean nobody was killed in there, it could have been much worse. uptown, about 2 miles north of where i'm standing right now, in chelsea, a dangling crane. another story entirely. a dagger po
with its aftermath. breaking news tonight, 18 people have now lost their lives here in new york city alone. that is directly from new york's mayor, mike bloomberg, who spoke just a short time ago. there are rescues under way right now as well. we will bring you one of them shortly. if you are in an area on the eastern seaboard and you have power and you know somebody who does not have power, try to listen closely to the information we are going to give you in this hour and pass along that information to someone who does not have power. if you have power tonight and a roof and home, consider yourself very lucky. there are many people right now in this city and elsewhere along the eastern seaboard who do not. i want to show you the scene where i'm standing in the chelsea neighborhood in new york city. no one died in the building over there, the building behind me here on the border between chelsea and greenwich village but the picture says a lot. the entire facade of this apartment building ripped off, fell last night. those four rooms tell the story in miniature. this is actually an illegal
what he's like as a debater. >> governor romney, was new york a sanctuary city? >> absolutely. called itself a sanctuary city. in fact, in the welfare reform act president clinton brought forward said they were going to end the sanctuary policy of new york city, the mayor actually brought a suit to maintain its sanctuary city status. >> it's unfortunate, but mitt generally criticizes people in a situation in which he's had far the worst record. for example, in his case, there were six sanctuary cities. he did nothing about them. there was even a sanctuary mansion at his own home, illegal immigrants were being employed. not, not being turned in to anybody or by anyone. >> you're still wearing a red tie, by the way. different tie, though. >> hope so. my wife would be very upset. >> not to debate that particular issue but what's he like as a debater? >> he's a good debater. i think 11 debates i did with him. he didn't lose any of them. a few of them he won. a couple he won really well. i don't remember him ever making a big mistake, the kind of mistake that can live after you which is th
, new york city, things were -- probably one of the safest places to be. dad vo: ok, time for bed, kiddo. lights out. ♪ (sirens) (train horn) ♪ vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. >>> this is what it sounded like last night when sandy hit. one of our cnn ireporters captured this from outside his apartment in jersey city, just across the hudson from where i am right now in manhattan. a harrowing 26 hours for sick patients that had to be evacuated from nyu medical center. can you imagine? having to be evacuated, being brought down several flights of stairs in total darkness. and the hospital lost power, backup generators failed. patients had to be carried down. as i said, as many as 15 flights of sta
. the local government has to give a match. here is the thing. when 9/11 happened in new york city, they waved the stafford act. forget that dollar you have to put in. here is $10. and that was the right thing to do. when hurricane andrew struck in florida, they said look at this devastation, don't expect you to put that money in. what's happening in new orleans? where is your dollar, where is your stafford act money? makes no sense. tells me the but let hasn't been taken out. tells me that somehow the people in new orleans, they don't care about as much. >> president obama, that was five years ago. decide for yourself whether this shows a side of barack obama never been seen before as the daily caller suggestsor nothing new. the president seems to be speaking at a difference cadence and a different kind of voice than he does in other speeches. decide the same thing about this. the content of this next video the huffington post first linked this video to it earlier today, paul ryan speaking at a 2011 dinner hosted by the american spectator, con serbtive magazine and this sounds a lot like mitt
york city, right? >> absolutely. no question about it. let me show you the models. models a couple days ago were all out into the atlantic and kept turning right. now they're all turning back on the left. it could hit maine, could hit massachusetts, could be all the way down into the carolinas, new york just happens to be in the middle of that cone. >> okay. what kind of impact are we potentially talking about here? we will obviously have high water, there will be flooding along the coast. >> i can't tell you yet. it's still four days away. this could have a significantly bigger impact on new york city, connecticut, long island, new jersey, than irene did last year. this could be a big storm as it makes that turn and slams directly into where new york and new jersey come together, the water could really pile up in here. maybe that problem we thought about last time where water's in the subway, if it gets to be right in new york harbor, we're talking about that scenario potential again. >> chad, we'll keep watching. thanks. >>> a lot more we're following. isha is here with the bulletin.
the saffordct saying we can't ask new york city to reild. they sad, here $10 andha was the right thing to do. when hurricanendrew strufn florida, people said, look this devastonou to com up with your own money. here's t money to rebuild we are not going to wait for you to scratcht gether. because you're part of the american family. >> what's happening down in new orlean where is your dollar? where is your staffordct makeso sense. doesn't mean the bullet has been taken out. tells me thasomehow the people down i new orans don't care about as much. president obama, that was five years ago you cide whether this shows a side of barack oba never seen bore as the dai collarhing. someay the present is spking in a different kind of voice than he doe in other speech. you can also decide the same thing about this, about theoop tent of the next video, the huffington post" first linked thisvide to it earlr. ul ryan speaking at a 2011 nner hosted by "the american spectator." some of the leftembers say thiss like mitt onhe 47%. rsurvey, poll after poll, still shows that we are a cenr-rit 70-30 country. 70
are saying about a man who plotted to blow up a key building in new york city. the latest on the investigation when we continue. producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. >>> digging deeper tonight, the continuing slaughter of syrian citizens. 230 killed by regime forces today according to opposition activists. we can not independently confirm that. 53 dead in one northern province. most in a strategic area along the north/south area where there are reports that syrian air force are bombing a town held by the opposition. cnn can't independently verify the reports or the videos posted on youtube with ac sets to international journal. is is restricted. reports of opposition fighters who have gotten their hands on heat-seeking shoulder fire missiles from libya smuggled in to the country through the turkish border. th
here's the thing, when 9/11 happened in new york city, they waved the safford act saying we can't ask new york city to rebuild. they said, here's $10 and that was the right thing to do. when hurricane andrew struck in florida, people said, look at this devastation. we don't expect you to come up with your own money. here's the money to rebuild. we are not going to wait for you to scratch it together. because you're part of the american family. >> what's happening down in new orleans? where is your dollar? where is your stafford act money? makes no sense. doesn't mean the bullet has been taken out. tells me that somehow the people down in new orleans don't care about as much. >> president obama, that was five years ago. you decide whether this shows a side of barack obama never been seen before as the daily collar suggests or if it's nothing new. some say the president is speaking in a different kind of voice than he does in other speeches. you can also decide the same thing about this, about the coop tent of the next video, "the huffington post" first linked this video to it earlier.
operations for allegedly planning a terror attack on federal reserve bank of new york city, according to authorities. they say the 21-year-old support tried to detonate what he thought was a 1,000 pound bomb. there was no threat to the public. suspect fays charges of attempting to use weapon of mass destruction and providing material support to al qaeda. last night's handling seemed like an opportunity for mitt romney. here's how it played out last night. >> the day after the attack, governor, i stood in the rose garden and i told the american people and the world that we are going to find out exactly what happened. that this was an act of terror. and i also said we're going to hunt down those who committed this crime. >> that's when mr. romney pounced, latching on to mr. obama's rose garden statement. we're playing it at length so you can see the context. >> i think it's interesting the president just said something which is the day after the attack he went in the rose garden and said that this was an act of terror. >> that's what i said. >> you said in the rose garden, the day after
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that it took place in denver, the mile high city. he blames the thin air. he did it sort of jokingly but nevertheless. with more on that tonight in the "ridiculist." 8 joining us from the campaign trail, jim acosta with the romney campaign and jessica yellin is in madison, wisconsin with the obama campaign. are the obama campaign at least off the record admitting it was not a good night for the president, putting it mildly. we've heard a lot of spin. do they believe that spin? >> they will say on the record it was not a good night for the president, yes. they say they will adjust going forward. here's one way they will adjust, i think. you know, the president's biggest asset they believe is his likability, and they want to protect that at all costs but one of the ways they have to do that, it seems they thought was to preserve it by keeping him from going on the attack. that meant he didn't defend his policies enough and that meant that he didn't challenge mitt romney enough. and it came across badly last night. so the challenge for the president is what al gore faced in 2000, where
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